Wisconsin Hemp & CBD Processing
If you want to sell your biomass, be sure to get your name into our rolodex. Each month, Nemadji's purchase division consults our list of growers to contact about spot purchasing biomass. The search is open until we identify and procure the biomass we need each month.
Our white label product offering includes flavor and aroma engineering, formulations, delivery, and both primary and tertiary packaging. We have the formulations chemists and packaging engineers necessary to provide a wide variety of white label products. There's nothing we can't handle!
North America's Leading Hemp CBD Processing Factory
NEMADJI is a processing hemp extraction facility that uses green technology to extract oils from biomass. Our technology produces the highest yields for materials that have been demonstrated throughout the country, Canada, and Europe.
There has been a great need to create marketable products over the last several years as hemp regulation has relaxed. We provide an efficient and cost effective means of upgrading crops to salable finished goods that are in high demand.
Nemadji is currently permitted to process in Minnesota and Wisconsin. We are seeking partnerships with hemp cultivators to create end products – decarboxylated oils, distillate, isolate – and connect producers who are based in Minnesota and Wisconsin with national markets.
In addition to our contract extraction, our white label offering will give you a path to final finished goods that are labelled with your own brand. We are currently building our our national presence by placing 2-ton per day extraction facilities in seven strategic states thereby connecting CBD cultivators, and producers, to the wholesale and retail markets.
Our facility in Osceola can currently process 2-tons of biomass material each day and will be scaling to 10-tons per day by the end of 2018. We are currently able to turn biomass to potent crude oil within a short period of time in order to cut your product's time-to-market.*
*Lead time for products is dependent on manufacturing load.